New Hampshire Wildcats Football Schedule
The Colonial Athletic Association is heating up and the conference belongs
to anyone this year. The conference is known for its revolving doors as of late, but the current list of schools have made
it one of the toughest in the Football Championship Series. The New Hampshire Wildcats have been one of the Colonial Athletic
Associations's most successful teams in the last few years and the expectation around Durham, New Hampshire are that 2014
will be a banner year for the Wildcats. The Wildcats are coached by Sean McDonnell, who is in his fifteenth year at the helm,
and they are always playing hard for their beloved coach. In 2013, New Hampshire made it all the way to the FCS Playoff Semifinals
before losing to the North Dakota State Bison of the Missouri Valley Conference, who went on to win the FCS National Championship
after an undefeated season. The 2014 season is filled with exciting games up and down the schedule, so pick a date and enjoy
a game at Cowell Stadium.
On September 27, the Wildcats will welcome the Dartmouth Big Green of the the Ivy League and
this is one matchup not to be missed. The Big Green are always tough and the Wildcats will be looking to lean on their home
field advantage to take down their Ivy League foes. The Big Green finished 2013 on a three game win streak, including a huge
win over their rivals Princeton on the final game of the season. The Wildcats are facing a tough task, but quarterback Sean
Goldrich is looking to follow up on a great 2013 season.
The Albany Great Danes are off to a fast start this season
and it looks like the path to the FCS playoffs will go through the New York state capital this season. Great Danes running
back Omar Osbourne is off to a hot start and the Wildcats will need to contain the star back if they hope to slow down the
Great Danes. Every game on the Wildcats schedule will be crucial in the tough Colonial Athletic Association and they will
need their spirited and loyal fans with them every step of the way. Get your tickets to all of the Wildcats home games at
StubHub and be a part of all of the UNH Wildcats action this season.
The Colonial Athletic
Association began as a basketball conference in 1979, when it was known as the Eastern Colonial Athletic Conference. In 1985,
the conference decided to add other sports as well, creating the current Colonial Athletic Conference. The conference is comprised
of 10 schools from the shores of South Carolina to the historic streets of Boston, Massachusetts. James Madison University,
located in Harrisonburg, Virginia, is the only current member of the Colonial Athletic Association that was also a founding
member from 1979. The most recent football champions of the Colonial Athletic Association are the University of Maine Black
Bears, who finished with a 10-3 record, 7-2 within the CAA. This season, the conference is up in the air and all teams will
be fighting for the chance to unseat the Maine Black Bears.
The Wildcats of the University of
New Hampshire have been playing college football since 1893, a long and illustrious history that makes the Wildcats one of
the most beloved college football programs in New England. With fifteen conference titles under their belt, the New Hampshire
Wildcats have been one of the most successful programs in the Football Championship Series. In recent years, the Wildcats
have been smoking hot, appearing in the FCS playoffs 10 years in a row, the longest streak in the country. Maybe even more
impressive, the Wildcats have been ranked in the Top 25 for a record length, every week since September 2004. The Wildcats
have been led by Head Coach Sean McDonnell since 1999, and McDonnell has proven to be one of the best in the business with
multiple Coach of the Year awards during his long tenure. The 2014 squad is looking to keep the playoff streak alive by taking
down their CAA foes down one by one.
New Hampshire Wildcats Football Experience
College football gameday
in Durham, New Hampshire has become one of the most treasured days of the year on the campus of the University of New Hampshire,
and it's time that you join the rest of the throng in blue and white. The students and fans in the surrounding community descend
upon Cowell Stadium always ready to cheer their beloved Wildcats on to victory. No Colonial Athletic Association team looks
forward to their visit to Cowell Stadium, where the Wildcats fans are known for being rowdy and passionate about their team.
When you attend a game in Durham, you are a part of one of the best college football game day experiences you will find.
New Hampshire Wildcats Football Trivia
Who are the Wildcat's biggest rival?
The Wildcats and the Maine
Black Bears have met over a hundred times, playing in a rivalry game known as the Battle for the Brice-Cowell Musket.